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March 20 @ 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
If Organizations rely on three major sources of wealth – Financial Capital, Human Capital and Intellectual Capital should we add a fourth – Trust Capital? Though the phrase sounds novel, its relevance and significance in the context of present-day organizations cannot be underestimated. Especially, when the prevalent perception is that Trust levels are declining consistently across all segments. Some recent studies point out that less than half the people trust the organizations they work in.
In this HR Forum, we will examine relevant questions on the subject. Is this phenomenon of declining trust true? What are the causative factors? What can organizations do to reverse this trend? And how can HR support in building a climate of Trust?
- In this session we will examine the changing organization landscape, cultural and social factors that dominate and the demography of the new and emerging workforce
- As we know, it’s not often the change but the way it is implemented that derails the change process. What are good change management practices that organizations can adopt?
- If HR is the custodian of People processes, can the fair, objective and transparent application of such processes help build trust? Is it just confined to this or is there more that HR can do in building Trust Capital?
- Converging on a set of foundational factors that can be considered essential to build Trust